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that say they were approached by karla porter, to murder her husband and we felt that the ssate did not rove their case. obviously the ury felt otherwise. from herr..3 >> he was the individual that we proved thaa put karla porter in ú%uch with the gunman. >> coyle coull be sentenced to life in prison with a chance for parole. harris said he will ffle a motion for a new trial. meantime, five other people, including porterrs wife, karla, are waiting for their trials. in towssn. edition". >> this is the scene of breaking nees in south baltimooe. triple shooting at 8:00 at 10th and stole place, two shot in the stomach, one in the hip. ú%at word, all men in serious police are looking or the gun. >> this is the scene of a double shooting in east baltimore. hommwood avenue in east reston street. man shot in the stomach, woman shot in the leg. homicidd detectives were alerted. >> a baltimore woman is charged in the death of her unt. police say 33-year-old delana simmons killed mitchell fridaa at a home. police say she beat mitchell up with a club. the device used to lock and simmons
death of william porter. porter's wife karla has been charged with orchestrating the killing. coyle, is karla's nephew. >> he was the individual that we proved that put karla porter in touch with the gun. >> prosecutors believe walter bishop, coyle's best frenis he gun sunshine told the jury that coyle arranged two meetings between bishop and karla orter3 and acted as the go-between for his aunt. a jury took less than two houus, to convict coyle. >> i am disappoinned in the jury veedict. >> defense attorney harris believes the jury got it wrong he said his client is no different than several otherr, who say they were approached by karla porter to murder her husband. >> this was a woman that, essentially, was doing everything short of putting an ad in the newspaper. that she wanted her husband killed, to relatives, friends, strangers, and none of whom believed that she was accually going to do it. >> sooeone shot and killed porter in march, as he opened his hess gas station in towsoo. at the time, police believed it3 it is believed to be part of an elaborate plot. >> i think, the t
friend is the gunman. the state told the jury that coil arranged two meetings between bissop and karla porter and acted as the go between the jury took less than twoo3 hours to convict coill >> i'm disappointed in the jury verdict. >> but the attorney says that the jury got it wrong. he ssys his client is no3 different than severallothers who say hey wereeapproached by karla porterrto murder her husband. >> this was a woman who essentially was doing everrthing ú%ort of putting an ad in the newspaper that she wanted her husband killed, tt relatives, friends, strangers none of whom who beliived she was actually going to do it. someone shot nd killed porter in march as he opened his gas station in towson. at the ime police believed it was an attempted robbery, but now it's believed to be a part oo an elaborate plot. >> i think thaa the thing in %-the other thing is the numberf people that were involved in this who anyway along the way daniels, fox 45 morning >>> coil could be sentenced to life in prison with a chance for parole.ú meanwhile five other peoppe including porter's
is mapping vulnerable communities and the mayor's office on disability and -- susan meissner and karla johnson are here. >> good afternoon. i'm carla johnson and i'm here with my director susan missener. we have a presentation for you. it is titled mapping vulnerable populations. the goal of our presentation -- the goal of our presentation is to introduce to our disaster council mbs the project we have been working on called vulnerable population planning. this is a project that we been working on with the department of emergency management and i want to acknowledge the leadership that vicky hennessey and rob have shown on the project by making it a priority to integrate the emergency planning needs with -- for people with disabilities as long as with our manning for the citizens of san francisco as a whole. we also hope to engage our disaster councilmembers with this introduction and get some feedback from you for area that is you think we might best be able to use the information that we developed. i think the context for everybody is earthquakes. and we know that san francisco is at
with chris buck and karla short . we will complement the 700 block of steiner by reviewing the san francisco homes with a new species of trees approved by the department of public works. we have contracted with a contractor to be sure we do this right. the double decker buses will have another beautiful-only in san francisco scene to admire. in these difficult times with every city budget in the red, we will complete this project at no cost to our city. i turn our presentation over to barry. >> my name is barry lemieux. we live at 818 steiner street in a queen anne built in 1899. there it is. that's 818 steiner street. i suppose my wife and i should be grateful to the d.p.w. [inaudible] >> thank you. >> i suppose my wife and i should be grateful to the d.p.w. the diseased tree in front of our home is the only tree on our block that the department recommended for removal and replacement. and at no cost to us. we will not miss our sickly flouring gum tree with roots destroying our sidewalk but we were dismayed to hear that the other trees would be in place. as they have seen the large city-ins
no one would complain. karla, you have the first question. >> let's get to the economy. you supported tax cuts for business and the wealthiest americans because they "pay for themselves by creating jobs." but you've opposed two jobs bills. one teacher jobs bill, another a small business jobs bill. how do you justify immediate help for the wealthiest americans but not for average californians listening to this debate tonight? >> first we need to start by describing what the 2001 and 2003 tax cuts really were. tax cuts that are going to expire in january. the vast majority of that tax relief went to middle-class americans, and in fact if those tax cuts are not extended, the average california family will pay up to $1600 more in taxes. it's also true that small business owners in particular are struggling under the weight of businesses senator boxer has voted against small business tax relief each and every time. the death tax will skyrocket to 55% on january 1. we have 88,000 farms in this great state, most of them family owned to create jobs we need to make sure in particular, our small bu
man gas. porter his if karla is among those accused in the murder for hire plot. prosecutors said coyle arranged the meeting and he now faces life in prison. >>> a 66-year-old woman is dead after being hit in the head with a steering wheel locking device known as the club. d'lana simmons called police and said she hit her haunt several times. >>> the johns hopkins surgeon shot last week is in good condition. he was shot by paul pardus. pardus also shot and killed his mother that day and turned the gun on his -- on himself. >>> the gob dpiewb race is certainly under way and gathering steam as well as campaign dollars and rhetoric. good afternoon, an droa yay. >> reporter: ehrlich and o'malley continue to be neck and neck. this was pretty much a foregone conclusion, governor martin o'malley would run but the cat and mouse game took months to make this fearchlt the same could be said on the republican side with former governor bob ehrlich who had been beaten by o'malley in 2006, testing the waters for another run. now it's both party primaries being recent history and both men securi
arundel county executivv john leopold. amendee lawsuit will be filed in %-the plaintiff karla ham ner paints a clear picture of a so-called skirt chasing county executive, who will to go great lengths to get what he wants. it claims leopold would se binoculars to scope out a track active women and order police officers to say run down, theirú license plates. >> he would ask the guard. he would ask police ooficer, ask anybody else he had to, to get ú%e information relating to that person. >> now the lawsuit also claims leopold used fear and quiet. the county's attorney said the claims have no merit. and are irresponsible. -> maryland lawmaker is accused of taking unfair advantage of tax laws, and it is a move that could be costing city and county taxpayers money. fox 45 has learned that senator della jr. is receiving home tax credits on his hooe in baltimore city and his property inn3 northwest baltimore county. for ddlla it is a saving of $6000 on his latest property tax bills. but state law only allows the credit for one primary %->> i have tried tt get ahold f the state departmen
any tree within 10 feet of the public right of way. so i filed that and got to know chris and karla and got permits to remove that. i brought up the idea of getting to know all of my neighbors. what do you guys think about working on replacing the tree scape in front of our building because it does block our historic buildings. back in march, we got together with chris up at the house and talked about how to go about doing this. we filed the application that is part of your package. i can go into great detail. we were enthusiastic about it. and -- vice president goh: thank you. president peterson: move into public comment, commissioners or further questions? >> i have a question of ms. short that has to do with the photograph. do you want to wait? >> i can wait. president peterson: are there members of the public who would like to speak on this item? if we get a showing of hands how many members of the public will speak on this project. thank you. >> i went to the manager for the barns and noble store at fisherman's whamp -- wharf and had to keep 12 copies of the book because people
. >>> a jury found seamus coyle guilty of murder in the death of his uncle. karla porter is accused of hiring a hit man to kill him. prosecutors argued that coyle arranged the murder. >>> a second year nfl player is dead in colorado from an apparent suicide. denver bronco's wide receiver kenny mckinley was found dead in his home last night of an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound. his former coach steve spurrier was stunned to hear the news. >> he was a wonderful guy. we're trying to figure out why this happened. >> mckinley was placed on the injured reserve after he hurt his knee. >>> a ravens coach is facing druf -- drunk driving coaches. andy moeller was arrested early saturday morning for driving on the beltway where he was also charged with negligent driving. he will plead not guilty to the charges. >>> a government panel is deciding whether to allow genetically engineered salmon to be sold to consumes. here's manuel gallegus for wjz. >> reporter: it's in the just a fish story. you could soon be eating genetically engineered salmon. the company claims it's genetically engineered egged
they're safe and not in the work area. >> so karla, isn't this amazing stree? >> this is a beautiful tree. >> what kind of tree. >> sitriadora. lemon scented. >> it is beautiful. >> it has a nice truck and ibe creditably smooth bark. you'll see the bark flakes off a lot. and it plakes to the point it is almost completely smooth, and you actually get some really nice color variations in the bark, it is really beautiful. >> there are five more right in the -- in the center island, right around the corner from here. week see them right by the freeway. those must be, 80 muffs feet tall. >> they are definitely taller than the buildings across the way. they're very good size trees. luckily they have enough room to grow. the trunk on this one gets substantial, we don't see these in the sidewalk area. >> this is not its full-size, these get a lot bigger than this, in another 30 years. >> much bigger. that's right. >> that's gorgeous. but we don't recommend this, for people to put in their sidewalk in front of their house. >> unless they lived with a wide sidewalk and they're able to do a ove
the the fate of the nephew of karla porter, the alleged master mind of the death behind her husband. it was sfoast look like a gas station robbery. >> and the food and drug administration is talking about approving a genetically-engineered salmon. proponents say -- supporters say it's a cheaper and faster way to get the fish to market but critics say it could trigger allergic reactions. >> that brippings you to our water cooler question of the day. >> we ask would you have any concerns about bringing genetically-engineered fish to your dinner table? >> aaron writes why is it we can't just take what is given to us without altering it? it's our responsibility as the stronger species to sit back and -- >> and another writes man has been crossbreeding animals, foods, trees, etc, etc. >> ron writes i would have a problem. in the 80's the government allowed genetically-altered food and now we have food allergies. >> in a day and age where we are constantly concerned with cancers and the causes why would we consider altering fish? >> good morning. we're still getting reports of an accident
. the plaintiff karla ham ner paints a clearer pictuue of what ú% descriied as a skkrt chasing county executive. who she said wiil go to great lengths to get whatthe wants. binoculars to scope out attractive women and order police offiiers to run down the licenselates. >> he would ask the guard. ask police officers, ask anybody else he had to, to get the peesoo. >> the lawsuit also claims leopold used fear to keep eeployees quiet. -nd ham ner is seeking $330,000. county's attorney said the case -as no merit. >> a very unusuallcapture at dulles airpprt over theelabor day holiday weekennd these snails, a traveler from west africa was trring to bring 14 giant africa laad snails into the u.s. they can grow to inches in length. and 4 inches high. they are conssdered a threat because they damage crops very the snails were destroyed. the travelers were not punished. >> it took three messy estimates attempts but a glen burnie man one of the latest lottery winners. >> keith daniels is here now with how dumppter diving, for3 the picture, paid off big. keith? >> that's ight jenniier and hii name is den
complain. so, karla, you have the first answer. >> ms. fiorina, let's get to the economy. tax cuts for healthiest americans because they pay for themselves by paying jobs. when the teacher's jobs bill that would bring 16,000 jobs to california, the other small business jobs, which is supported by the u.s. chamber of commerce. how do you justify immediate help for the wealthiest americans, but not for average californians who might be out of a job and listening to this debate tonight? >> i think first we need to start by describing what the 2001-2003 tax cuts were. tax cuts that will expire in january. the vast majority of that tax relief went to middle class americans. if those tax cuts are not extended, the average california family will pay up to $1600 more in taxes. it's also true that small business owners in particular are struggling under the weight of businesses for senator boxer has voted for tax relief each and every time. the death tax will skyrocket to 55% on january 1. we have 88,000 farms in this great state, mostly family owned to create jobs. we need to make sure tha
book about the first lady of france, karla bruney, in -- and it reveals what michelle obama really feels about life and rife in the white house. now, this is according to a conversation bruney had with michelle obama. bruney said she asked her how she felt about being the wife of the president of the united states. brune nip's -- bruney said, she can -- she said michelle obama said, she can't stand it. >>> police say they've arrested a woman six times since june on suspicion of vandalizing luxury cars around santa clara valley. 30-year-old nancy chi was arrested monday afternoon in milpitas after an officer saw her scratch the side of a parked mercedes in the shopping center. >>> we want to check in with sal. northbound 101, our road sensor system is -- well, it's filled in. you can see a lot of red. that means the speeds are way down coming into morgan hill and getting into san jose. newschopper on the move. >>> across the bay west 80 pinole slow. here's steve. >>> well, sunshine for many. still some patches of fog over the city and a little bit around the bay. but nothing compare
, and karla diogiardi. wolf blitzer is busy with politics and could not accept the job. >> fun assignment but not equ qualifie qualified. >> people don't know the dance moves and chops you have. >> i do like music, though. >> you do. >>> a major leap of faith for the religious community. why churches are now teaming one the new united neighs. details. >>> and donald trump, revealing new details about the next season of his hit show, "the apprenti apprentice" giving new meaning to the concept of reality tv. more of my big interview with donald trump coming up. high blood pressure or diabetes, you may also have very high triglycerides -- too much fat in the blood. it's a serious medical condition. lovaza, along with diet, effectively lowers very high triglycerides in adults but has not been shown to prevent heart attacks or strokes. lovaza starts with omega-3 fish oil that's then purified and concentrated. it's the only omega-3 medication that's fda-approved. you can't get it at a health food store. lovaza isn't right for everyone. tell your doctor if you're allergic to fish, have other med
and karla still feel deep pain over the death of heir sister, monica beresford-redman, a brill zillean who ran a successful restaurant in los angeles. how much suffering are you still going through? >> i think i wasn't even really able to touch the real pain that i feel. i don't. >> and to know that five months later, you have no resolution still. >> it's so frustrating. >> reporter: in april, monica and her husband, bruce, a former producer for "survivor" and other reality shows, traveled to cancun, mexico, with their two young children, staying here at the deluxe moon palace resort. in a statement to mexican police, bruce said monica went shopping one morning and never came back. two days later, her body was found in a sewer 90 yards away from their hotel room. >> translator: what we're finding is that everything in this investigation is revolving around bruce. >> reporter: mexican authorities consider bruce their prime suspect and told him to remain in mexico as their investigation continued. they kept his passport. but six weeks later, bruce suddenly arrived back home in los angeles to
, but now it's believed to be part of ú% elabbrrte lot. %-in porter's murder including s wife karla who has been charged with or kes traying th or orchee thingg >> he was the individual ho put kara porrer in contact wiih the gunman..3 >> this is a woman who was doing everything short of putttng n ad in the newspaper that she wanted er husbaad killed to believed that she was going to do it. >> coil is sentenced to prison with the chance of parole. >>> according to a new poll, governor o'malley is leadiig challenger bob ehrlich in the gubbrnatorial race. a rasmussen poll takennafter tuesday's primary election, shows 50% of voterr support o'malley. 47% support former governoo ehrlich, and 1% offthe people polls say they would vote for a different candddate. that poll has a 4% marrin of error. >>>>maryland's first sllts parlor may not opeeed as planned nexttweek and it's all because of politics. penn nntional is scheduled to they''e waating for a decision from the attorney general over its role in the vvter referendum overr he slots in arundel ills. penn national who owns the casino in west
player aaron bird because his mother, karla murphy was supposed to be finishing her tour in afghanistan and that is, until she stepped onto the field for a surprise performance of the national anthem. >> ♪ ♪ and the home of the brave [cheers and applause]. >> alisyn: murphy, had returned from afghanistan early, her son, choking back tears, after the performance. >> i missed her a lot. i have been texting her every day, and, e-mailing her every day. i had to call her every day. >> alisyn: the mom is glad see her son, so happy. >> i almost cried there. >> alisyn: if you almost cried don't go see the documentary, "waiting for superman" and i saw it yesterday, the much talked about documentary about our failing public school system. it is such a tear-jerker because all of these kids who you are seeing there, their lives, basically, their futures, are dependent upon their education and there are these pivotal moments in the movie about whether they will go to -- go on to great and bright futures or to prison. >> philadelphia, at least a thousand kids on a waiting list to get into the mas
wrote in, that looks a little crazy. and karla wrote in, that snazzy napper is ridiculous. >> it's a snoozer. >> we spoke to her a little bit earlier. >> now she's going to sing a little song for us. sort of an encore performance from yesterday, we thought it was so good, you guys should hear it. >> here she is, with "king of anything" from her new cd, "kaleidoscope heart" and we wish all of you a very, very fine winesday. >> cheers. ♪ ♪ ♪ keep drinking coffee ♪ stare me down across the table ♪ ♪ so many things i'd say if i were only able ♪ ♪ but i just keep quiet and count cars that pass by ♪ ♪ you've got opinions and we're all entitled to 'em ♪ ♪ but i never ask ♪ so let me thank you for your time ♪ ♪ and try not to waste any more of mine ♪ ♪ and get out of here fast ♪ i hate to break it to you, babe ♪ ♪ but i'm not drowning ♪ no one here to say ♪ who cares if you disagree ♪ you are not me ♪ who made you king of anything ♪ ♪ you say ♪ tell me who died and made you king of anything ♪ ♪ you seem so innocent ♪ all full of
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